Blank Rome Malpractice Case Ends At NY Top Court's Door

Law360, New York (January 15, 2014, 2:58 PM EST) -- New York's high court on Tuesday turned aside a $7.5 million lawsuit alleging Blank Rome LLP hid documents from The Learning Annex LP during a private equity investment, effectively ending the litigation after a midlevel appellate court upheld a trial judge's dismissal.

The New York State Court of Appeals, without comment, denied the Learning Annex's motion to carry the case forward after five appellate judges in the First Department unanimously upheld dismissal in May.

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